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About Safe Hollow

  1. About Safe Hollow
  2. Education
  3. Community Service
  4. Wishlist
  5. Adoption

About Safe Hollow

Safe Hollow Animal Sanctuary, Inc. officially became incorporated on June 13, 2006. We are a no-kill, non-profit comanization dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of neglected, abandoned or abused animals. Safe Hollow began this journey with the vision of enabling our community to flourish in the area of animal welfare. We believe our community can lead the movement of humane animal treatment. Safe Hollow believes that if we unite as one with our community, we can make a difference in the lives of the fcomotten.

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Education

Safe Hollow is actively spreading the word about important issues involving animals and their welfare. We pass out educational material concerning major issues such as low-cost spay/neuter programs, TNR (Trap, Neuter, Release) Programs, proper pet care, pet overpopulation, etc. Safe Hollow has participated in school fundraisers, teaching children the importance of showing compassion to animals. We proudly support legislation that protects animals.

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Community Service

Community Service

Safe Hollow serves our community in a variety of ways. We receive many phone calls a day pertaining to people who need help concerning animals in need. We do our best to help out in each situation, according to the need and our ability to resolve the case.

 

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Wish list:

Wish List

Dog kennels, dog toys, collars, leashes, food dishes, water bowls, blankets, canned cat and dog food, cat and dog treats, cat kennels, cat beds, cat toys, cat food (Purina Cat Chow), cat litter, plastic bags, paper towels, bleach, washing powder, tarps, bungee cords, and monetary donations to purchase building materials.

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Adoption Program

Over the past three years, Safe Hollow has had a successful adoption program. Some may look at the numbers and may not consider us a success. At Safe Hollow, our coal is not set in numbers, but in the assurance that each animal adopted out will never again experience the sadness once lived.

You see, if an animal adopted out by us becomes homeless again, our mission has failed. We would rather an animal live a lifetime of dignity at the sanctuary, than return to a hopeless state once more. For this reason, we go to great lengths to ensure that the animal’s forever home is suitable for both the animal and the family. If you are interested in adopting an animal, please contact us at (912) 545-9743. You may also click on the Adoptable Pets to find a pet that interests you and submit an application.

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